Local News from the Warren Tribune Chronicle
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Grant to fund CNG study
December 7, 2013 WARREN — Trumbull County Engineer Randy Smith’s Office has secured a state grant to help the county explore what he’s calling a ‘‘larger scale’’ study of compressed natural gas use.Christmastime in city
December 7, 2013 WARREN — Santa Claus let everyone know that the city of Warren has been on the good list this year.Road crews set for snow
December 7, 2013 As the area braced for a winter storm, road crews who hit the pavement in anticipation of hazardous driving conditions may have helped cushion the blow Friday night.Department of Aging issues warning on falling hazards
December 7, 2013 With winter blowing back into the region, the Ohio Department of Aging is urging people to stay safe by offering them tips on how to stay on their feet. “Slow down; you don’t have to be in a hurry.Deck the poles
December 7, 2013 Workers with the Operations Department of Warren hung decorations Friday afternoon in downtown Warre.News at a glance
December 7, 2013 Brick thrown through home’s front window WARREN — A 37-year-old Grandview St. S.E. resident came home Thursday to find her front picture window had been smashed with a brick, police said. Wendy I.
Holiday Wishes Wine TastinDecember 11, 2013
Come start your holiday season with us by enjoying a wide variety of wines and hors d'oeuvres at our HOLIDAY WISHES WINE TASTE Wednesday, December 11th, 2013 7pm - 9pm
Tickets $25 per person with a portion of the proceeds to be donated to Joshua's Haven City Mission,...
December 6, 2013 Red Wanting Blue isn't really local. The band calls Columbus hom.
The promise of CNG (video)Bush still wins by 2
December 6, 2013 WARREN — A recount in the race for Warren Township trustee was completed Thursday morning, but the vote totals did not change.Charges: Man stole $50K from woman
December 6, 2013 WARREN — A financial adviser from Cortland accused of bilking nearly $50,000 from an area elderly woman dating back to 2011 pleaded not guilty at his arraignment in Trumbull County Common Pleas...A new life in the Valley (video)
December 6, 2013 YOUNGSTOWN — Second-generation immigrant Margaret Pallante vividly recalls the fear she felt as her father scrambled through their Niles home, dimming the lights as men in white robes stood in...Fun with words
December 6, 2013 HOWLAND — Author Brian P. Cleary knows how to make writing fun for kids, being someone who never liked school himself.Seniors get tips for safe online shopping
December 6, 2013 Tis the season to give and receive and unfortunately be taken by online scams.
December 6, 2013 Warren cops investigate two armed robberies WARREN — City police on Thursday continued investigating two armed robberies, including one at a cash advance business, from Wednesday morning. Tamila L.Hanukkah finale
December 6, 2013 The final day of Hanukkah was highlighted Thursday with a program held at the Jewish Community Center in Youngstown.
December 5, 2013 In the mid-‘90s, Youngstown’s Slack Jaw received plenty of airplay on modern rock station WENZ-FM in Cleveland, primarily for the song “I Could Crack (Anytime).
A city dividedTrumbull sets road projects
December 5, 2013 WARREN — Six road and three bridge projects make up Trumbull County’s 2014 road and bridge improvement program that county commissioners approved Wednesday.Rider hit by turnpike gate files lawsuit
December 5, 2013 WARREN — A man from Youngstown is suing the Ohio Turnpike and Infrastructure Commission and a Pennsylvania-based company that installs and maintains the gates at turnpike toll booths over injuries h...District reports $50,000 theft
December 5, 2013 BROOKFIELD — A former Brookfield Schools maintenance supervisor who committed suicide last year is accused of making fraudulent purchases with five district credit accounts amounting to more than...
Niles plans road repairs
December 5, 2013 NILES — With fiscal year 2013 coming to a close and the 2014 budget hearing on the horizon, the city has sharpened its focus on the coming year’s large summer projects.Holiday hop
December 5, 2013 By BOB COUPLAND Tribune Chronicle GIRARD — Just being themselves was the key to celebrating the holiday season as more than 100 special needs junior high and high school students from the tri-county...Quiet visit with Santa
December 5, 2013 NILES — Heading into a bustling mall to sit on Santa’s lap is a holiday ritual. But some children have been unable to do so, and not for a fear of Father Christmas.
December 5, 2013 Former teacher jailed on sexual battery charges YOUNGSTOWN — A former Boardman teacher was sentenced to jail Wednesday after pleading guilty to sexual battery charges and admitting to having a sexua...